On Letting Go
Song--Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
Journey of Hearts
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From the Phantom of the Opera, another song originally sung by Sarah Brightman, one of the signature songs of Christine, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again. At this point in the play, Christine is at the gravesite of her father, confused and struggling to find meaning, making sense after the death of her father, and the loss of her "friend" the Phantom.  
In listening to the words recently, I was struck by how appropriate they were for the "Letting Go" section, asking the question, "Why can't the past just die?"  and trying to find the strength to live and to try. These words are included in the hopes of helping others find the strength "To say Goodbye."
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
(Help Me Say Good bye)
by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Last updated April 6, 1998
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